Defeasible reasoning with legal conditionals

Valid conclusions can be defeated if people can think of conditions that prevent the consequent to occur although the antecedent is given. The goal of the present research was to investigate how people consider these conditions when reasoning with legal conditionals such as "If a person kills a...

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Published in:Memory & Cognition, Vol. 44, No. 3 (2016), p. 499-517
Main Author: Gazzo CastaƱeda, Lupita Estefania
Other Involved Persons: Knauff, Markus
Format: electronic Article
Item Description:Open Access
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